An IoT Based Solution for Cyber-Physical Fusion in Shop-Floor
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Smart manufacturing plays an important role in the transformation and upgrading of manufacturing industry and the China Manufacturing 2025 Strategy. And the cyber-physical fusion is a critical process to achieve the interconnection and interoperability between the cyber and physical world of manufacturing. Combing with IoT, a solution to realize cyber-physical fusion for heterogeneous objects in shop-floor is presented. The architecture and key technologies of the solution are investigated. Then a remote management platform is implemented. Logistics tracking, production visualization, equipment interconnection and remote operation are realized and can be remotely accessed by portable terminals via Internet. The proposed solution is verified by the actual machining and assembly workshop in a laboratory at Harbin Institute of Technology.
KeywordsCyber model Cyber-physical fusion Cyber physical systems Equipment interconnection Internet of things Radio frequency identification
This work is funded by NSFC-NSF (Grant No. 51561125002).
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